Bruce J. Kenefick, 69, a site planner who worked for Washington-area civil engineering firms for more than four decades, died Feb. 27 at his home in Springfield.
He had complications from cancer, said his brother Gregory Kenefick.
Mr. Kenefick spent much of his career working at residential and commercial sites for firms that included Dewberry and Davis, Greenhorne and O’Mara, Bowman Consulting and Christopher Consultants. He retired in 2010.
Bruce Joseph Kenefick was born in the District and later moved to Maryland, where he graduated in 1962 from Wheaton High School in Silver Spring.
Mr. Kenefick served in the Air Force in the 1970s, including a posting in South Korea. He was a vice president of the Brothers in Christ motorcycle club in Virginia and participated in cross-country pilgrimages and Harley-Davidson rallies.
His first marriage, to Helen Mancuso, ended in divorce. Survivors include his wife of 27 years, Rosemary Pavell Rhew of Springfield; two stepchildren, Christine E. Rhew Thompson of Mechanicsville, Va., and Craig P. Rhew of Springfield; five brothers, Gregory Kenefick of Annapolis, Donald Kenefick of Lancaster, Va., Terrence Kenefick of Reedville, Va., Kevin Kenefick of Winchester, Va., and George Kenefick of Mount Airy, Md.; a sister, Deirdre Sugrue of Mount Airy; and four granddaughters.
— Emily Langer